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CraftFest and ThrillerFest Are Just Around the Corner

12 Jun

This year’s CraftFest and ThrillerFest are just weeks away. If you haven’t signed up, do.

Here is a note from Kathleen Antrim, ITW’s VP of National Events:

The ThrillerFest panel schedule and the CraftFest/AgentFest schedules are posted on the website!  www.ThrillerFest.com

ThrillerFest VI is only 4 weeks away!  If you haven’t registered time is running out!  Go to:  www.ThrillerFest.com  and register now.  We want to see you there.

NEWSFLASH:

Revolutionary Products in Publishing will be demonstrated!  Virtual signing tools for both print and ebook editions.

The CIA is coming to ThrillerFest!  Yes, you read that right.  The United States Central Intelligence Agency will be sending representatives to ThrillerFest to answer your questions about correctly depicting the spy world in your writing. Come prepared with your questions!

 

HIGHLIGHTS:

 

2011 ThrillerMaster R. L. Stine, 2010 ThrillerMaster Ken Follett, and Spotlight Authors Diana Gabaldon, John Lescroart, and Robert Crais.

 

ThrillerMasters Ken Follett and David Morrell to teach at CraftFest.

 

Karin Slaughter to be awarded the 2011 Silver Bullet Award for her “Save the Libraries” program.  Joe McGinniss to receive the ITW True Thriller Award.

 

AgentFest to be the largest event of its kind in the world!  60 agents/editors will join us this year!

 

We’re back at the Grand Hyatt in New York City from July 6-9th, 2011.

 

Register now:  www.ThrillerFest.com

 

I can’t wait to see you there!

 

Kathie
Kathleen Antrim
Author
Vice President of National Events
ThrillerFest Chair
Board of Directors
International Thriller Writers

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1 Comment

Posted by on June 12, 2011 in Writing

 

One response to “CraftFest and ThrillerFest Are Just Around the Corner

  1. Lynn Francisco Casella

    June 13, 2011 at 8:34 am

    Just finished attending California Crimewriters Conference over the weekend in Pasadena with excellent craft classes, agents and authors, including Jefferson Parker, Jan Burch, Lee Goldberg, Kerry Madden, SJ Rozan, to name a few. I look forward to New York where some of the best thriller writers will also be hanging out.

     

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